Bash: mail: command not found in Linux (RedHat / CentOS / Debian / Ubuntu)
You can not see any of the commands in your system if you just install the bare minimum in any Linux operating system. Just the packages required to run the operating system are installed in a minimal operating system installation, and unnecessary packages are skipped.
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The mail command is useful for sending emails from the Linux command line, which is available on nearly all Linux distributions. The error “The program ‘mail’ is currently not installed” or “Bash: mail: command not found” would appear on most Debian-based systems. Installing it is as easy as typing”
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There are also other options for sending emails from the Linux command line interface besides the mail command.
How to install Mail Command
Depending on the operating system, run one of the following commands:
- To install the mail command on CentOS/Redhat 7/Redhat 6
sudo yum install mailx
- To install the mail command on Fedora 22+ and CentOS/RHEL 8
sudo dnf install mailx
- To install the mail command on Ubuntu/Debian/LinuxMint
sudo apt-get install mailutils
Sending a Test Email
Send a test email using the command below and installing mail command packages on your system.
echo "Message Body" | mail -s "Message Subject" firstname.lastname@example.org
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